Eviction is a process that allows a landlord to lawfully remove a tenant from the
leased premises. There are four main reasons a landlord can evict a tenant in ...
This online program explains eviction laws in North Carolina and helps to
prepare the forms needed to appeal a Small Claims Court eviction judgment.
Overview of the North Carolina Eviction Process. North Carolina Landlord Tenant
and Eviction Laws are founded on Chapter 42 of the North. Carolina General ...
North Carolina Eviction Law for Landlords and Tenants. Eviction Tenant Rights.
Contact the Evictions Unit at ... You must indicate why you are cancelling the
eviction, i.e. defendant paid, moved out, ... 200 E Main Street, Durham, NC ...
Notice of conversion of manufactured home communities. [HTML] [RTF] .... Article
7 - Expedited Eviction of Drug Traffickers and Other Criminals. [HTML] [RTF].
Feb 4, 2015 ... North Carolina law, specifically N.C. General Statute Chapter 42, provides a
detailed, multi-step process for these types of cases in North ...
Landlord/Tenant Law. Summary Ejectment (a.k.a. eviction) Overview. In North
Carolina, the process by which a landlord can have a tenant removed from ...
Feb 8, 2011 ... Eviction in North Carolina? Read on to find out the Legal Responsibilities of
Landlords and Tenants in North Carolina.
The landlord's notice to the State Bar shall contain the name of the attorney .... a
residential tenant shall be evicted, dispossessed or otherwise constructively or ...